Human beings love to travel—be it for business or recreation. When people travel, the transition keeps airports busy. One such busiest airport in India is the Kempe Gowda International Airport (KGIA) in Bengaluru, the third largest and fastest growing airport in India with a handling capacity of 33.3 million passengers, owned and operated by Bengaluru International Airport Limited (BIAL), a public–private partnership. With the passenger capacity increasing exponentially, BIAL is constructing a new terminal that will increase the passenger handling capacity to 60 million.
BIAL has been recognized as the Best Regional Airport in India & Central Asia for the third time in four years at the World Airport Awards 2020. Mr. Brian Paul Roche, Head of IT Projects says, “It is a team exercise and the award stands testament to BIAL’s commitment in providing a world-class service to passengers and stakeholders.”